Thalassomato castle 1781
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... line and, except for the four hotels, the
houses are without any style and unmaintained. The tourists were walking further
and further hoping to find something interesting or nice. There was nothing.
After walking for about an hour in the 34 degree heat, I
went back to the tenderd and rode back to the ship.
This one is a bit rushed, as we are now heading to Paros Island in the Cyclades group, and will have very limited internet, so don't expect to hear from us quite so often!
We explored far and wide, from the ancient Messene ruins of a 2nd century AD city in the northwest, down to the famous Diros caves down the Mani peninsular to the southeast.
The caves are explored by small boat, and many of the ...
... this idyllic town. After the Phoenicians, the town was conquered by Sparta and became its port until a terrible earthquake destroyed the area. The town survived and the Roman's took over the reins. The town was also part of the Byzantine Empire until the 19th century when it became an important strategic location for the Greek Revolutionary Fleet.
As we have anchored off shore, this means that Gythion is a tender port. By this I don’t mean that ...
... strawberries and black forrest icecream. While we were there we found out my SD card decided to stop working and lose all my photos. Lucky Mel has her photos so all is not lost - just my photos but such is life. We decided to go and sightsee and then I could start taking my holiday snaps again. We found an ancient ampitheatre and we paddled in the Ionian Sea in the Mediterranean - it was warm and oh so greeny blue. On the ...
... language or culture. The older of the two siblings, Charlie, was considering sixth form education in the UK, while Annabel, his younger sister, appeared quite content where she was. An unhealthy reliance on private tuition in the Greek education system, however, frustrated them and concerned their parents, who were encouraging of Charlie’s possible plan to study elsewhere. Despite the dilemmas and difficulties of growing up in a foreign country, the two children were ...
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171 Baker St., Nelson | Innfrom $98